Scheduled to make its market launch sometime next month in China, Nissan has revealed online the 2014 Teana which looks a lot better than its predecessor. We are dealing essentially with a re-branded version of the company’s Altima which comes with an elegant prominent front grille and sweptback headlights. In addition, Nissan has applied a chrome trim, wrap-around taillights and a full-length character line which makes the car look premium.
The single photo of the interior cabin released by Nissan shows a dark wood trim, metallic accents and seats wrapped around in fine leather.
The 2014 Nissan Teana will also boast so-called zero-gravity seats which are aimed at lowering the amount of fatigue incurred by the passengers during extended trips. The cabin also shows an infotainment system but no specific details are known for the moment.
Under the hood it will get an all-new QR25DE power unit linked to an Xtronic CVT – continuously variable transmission. Nissan did not disclose any information about its performance, but they say this engine is capable of providing responsive acceleration as well as excellent fuel economy.